Essential duties include but are not limited to:
- Interview patients and document ocular and medical histories into Electronic Medical Records system.
- Perform a variety of routine tests using ophthalmic instruments that provide diagnostic information including but not limited to intraocular pressure, basic motility, visual fields, fundus photography OCT, refractions, A-scans, topography, and FAs.
- Assist the physician during diagnostic and minor surgical procedures, sterile preparations, and documentation.
- Administer topical medications or diagnostic drugs as directed by physician.
- Maintain confidentially of patient records.
- Prepare procedure and exam rooms.
- Perform basic triage.
- Work as a team player.
- Perform other duties as assigned. (multi-task)
- Adhere to all clinic policies and procedures including, but not limited to, standards for safety, attendance, punctuality, and personal appearance.
- Communicate clearly with patients.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Experience in Ophthalmic experience preferred but not required. Training for clinical procedures will be provided.
Knowledge of medical terminology.
Candidate is expected to obtain certification after employment.
Applicants that are considered for employment must complete a background check and drug test prior to employment.
Job Type: Full-time
High school or equivalent
Previous medical office experience preferred: 2 year
Our employees enjoy a competitive compensation package including medical, dental, 401K retirement plan and paid time office.